V. Ivanov Razumnik( Literary critic and historian of public life. Advocate of the philosophy of immanence.)
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Biography V. Ivanov Razumnik
Ivanov-Razumnik wrote 'The history of Russian social thought' (t. I-II), but on the merits of his book is devoted to the study, only social and historiosophical problems in the history of Russian thought. The presentation often suffers schematic, somewhat artificial terminology, but in a philosophical sense has many valuable and thoughtful features. (About Russia and Russian philosophical culture. M., 1990. S. 394).
Teaching philosophical concept, followed by the I.-R., was identified them as 'an inherent subjectivity'. This concept, . combining the recognition of "the greatest value of the human personality 'recognition of the need' the greatest social activity 'Rights, . pointed as a target for the implementation of subjective ideals, . that, . however, . should naturally coincide with the interests of society,
. Living this, stop to think about this future, to abandon the hopes and thoughts about the future of earthly or heavenly 'paradise' - all these plants 'inherent subjectivity' contradictory manner combined with AI-P. with a kind of 'spiritual theory of progress'. (Plyutto P. in the book.: Russian Philosophy. Small Collegiate Dictionary. M., 1995. S. 210-211).
Major works 1 / On the Meaning of Life. 2 ed. SPb., 1910; 2/Russkaya literature of XX century. P., 1920.
Works Herzen and Mikhailovsky / / Questions of Life. 1905. ? 8;
History of Russian social thought. 5 ed. Moscow, 1918;
The Meaning of Life. Fyodor Sologub, Leonid Andreev, Lev Shestov. SPb., 1908; 2-e additional. ed. SPb., 1910;
Literature and the public. SPb., 1910;
Man and Culture (Traveler's thoughts and impressions) / / Testaments. 1912. ? 6;
Zavetnoye. On the cultural tradition. Pg., 1922. CH. 1;
Socialism and Revolution / / Scythians. Pg., 1917. Sat. 1;
Poets and the Revolution. Two of Russia / / Ibid. Pg., 1918. Sat. 2;
Eng. Literature XX. (1890-1915). Pg., 1920;
What is the intelligentsia. Berlin, 1920;
Russia and Inonia. Berlin, 1920;
Book on Belinsky. Pg., 1923;
Unpublished. Letters (FA Stepun) / / New. J.. 1989. Kn. 174.
Literature Belous, VG. 'Scythian', or the tragedy of 'mirovozzritelnogo relationship' to reality / / Star. 1991. ? 10; He. Test spiritual maximalism: On ideology and the fate R.V.I.-R. / Lit. Review. 1993. ? 5; Duncan PJS. I.-R. and the Russian revolution: From scythianism to suffocation / / Canad. Slav. Pap. 1979. Vol.